Netflix Cancels The Order After 2 Seasons

The Order is Netflix's latest casualty. The beloved horror series has been cancelled by the streamer after two seasons, according to show creator Dennis Heaton. Heaton took to his Twitter account Friday evening to unveil the news, thanking fans for the support over the past few years.

"For two seasons I was honored to work with an incredible cast and crew on The Order for
@netflix," Heaton tweeted. " It is one of the best experiences of my career. Unfortunately, we aren't returning, but I will always cherish the memories and the props I stole. Thank you all for watching."

Technically speaking, the series is one of Netflix's best-reviewed shows. Both seasons of the horror series have a perfect 100-percent rating on Rotten Tomatoes, though not enough critics have reviewed it for the review aggregator to give it a Critics Consensus or the highly sought-after Certified Fresh badge. Both seasons have a 75-percent Fresh rating in the Audience Score column as well.

The show follows Jack Morton (Jake Manley), a college student, as he navigates his way into a secret society called the Hermetic Order of the Blue Rose. Manley is joined by Sarah Grey, Matt Frewer, Max Martini, and Louriza Tronco. Created by Heaton, the series ran for a total of 20 episodes and was produced by Chad Oakes and Mike Frislev of Nomadic Pictures Entertainment. Nomadic also produced Fargo Season Three and Van Helsing Season Two, amongst 67 other projects.


Both seasons of The Order are now streaming on Netflix.